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a ton of energy. the iphone uses more energy than that of a refrigerator. 322 kilowatts an hour, the average iphone, 361, that includes the wi-fi, data usage and charging. it's not just smart phone, out of all the new technology we have, it uses about 10% of the world's energy pie. to put that another way, all the new technology together uses 50% more energy than global aviation uses. analysts say that the need for electricity will just keep growing because who knows how many devices or what types of devices we'll have in 20 years and we keep them on all the time. think about it, lighting and air conditioning you turn off but you don't turn off your phone or your dvr box. >>> facebook could become the new pay pal of the internet. they want to partner up with current shopping apps to just sign into their facebook account. to use the service, shoppers would have to save their credit or debit card information to facebook. some say that facebook will have a hard time going up against more established sites like he bay. >>> you think you have heard this before, obesity is bad for you
's life after they have left for school. try using tools their world like texting and social media to stay connected. >> all right. in our consumer alert she went from an extra large to a medium trying nearly every fad diet like many but it was not until this woman did things the old fashioned way that she finally dropped 70 pounds. >> diet and exercise. it took her a year to drop the weight but the diet company who stole her before and after pictures said she lot of the weight just 30 days. >> scary to think that someone would try to sell something that has no grain of truth. >> security experts say it's common and suggest using water marks on pictures. she hasn't had much luck tracking down the company so she is asking people to repost her real weight loss story and she is hoping will drop down the negative ads. >>> what's left in your wallet? it's not the capitol one. most likely it's american express from the 7th year they ranked highest in consumer satisfaction and that's the latest survey. card users took things like rewards and benefits and payment optionos in to account. discov
: because aed advocates say even when they're available they're not always used. remember, 12-year-old michael of florida went into sudden cardiac arrest, just feet from his school. >> we were pretty outraged when we found it was there and wasn't used. >> i get upset. there's so much we can do. nothing was done. >> reporter: she considers herself one of the lucky ones. >> there are no aed's in public place, public parks, public areas where there should be one. >> reporter: she had just finished complete -- competing in a ballgame when she collapsed. >> i would not be here if not for that. >> reporter: michael ames parents ultimately sued the school and settled. the school is equipped with three aed's. his parents row plane on a mission. >> to stop this tragedy from happening to other families. >> reporter: the have a heart foundation is donating more than 40aed's across florida. one recently saved a teen. >> i genuinely believe that could have saved his life, yes, and we wouldn't be having this conversation. >> reporter: currently about 2 million amounts of ed's are scattered aroun
their own bottled water to school and ask them not to share with anyone. use hand sanitizer. make sure the child gets enough rest. 1 to 12 hours of sleep a night -- 10 to 12 hours of sleep a night is best. a good nutritious meal can build resistance. doctors say bundle up their overcoats. studies have shown people who protect themselves from hold man's winter's wrath are less likely to catch a cold later in the year. for today's health minute, reporting. >>> one of the worst things that comes with back to school is making timing to pack paul have those lunches. experts said go for variety. try to hit all the food groups. even though you want your little ones to eat healthy, it's okay to send along a treat. and she believes communication is key. >> i think it's important for parents and children to establish an open relationship on what they're eating. if they want to buy something, be open and not to have kids feel like they have to sneak or trade with their friends. >> forget about mills industry meat f your kids do buy, the options are much healthier than in years past. school progra
. >> reporter: that includes telling them about eco's security measures. if you use the machine you must be over 18, submit a valid i.d. along with a thumb present l--- thumb print as well as being monitored in real time. no other company goes that far with more than 600 machines, the company boasts one stolen cell phone. 1500 end new their kiosk. but law enforcement believes because it is a machine it is fallible and can create a quick cash scenario for criminals. >> there are a number of outlets for stolen merchandise and we feel that in a partnership, which we've done with other businesses that accepts second hand trade items or for sale items, we have to have that same type of relationship. >> reporter: the director of governmental affairs is working with eco atm to develop a dependable system. baltimore any second hand store muscat log and hold merchandise it buys, sort of a vetting process to make sure the goods aren't hot. the machines are monitored from 3,000 miles away and they expect it to do the same thing. >> that it's timely, that it's accurate, that it is a lead toward catching the
. >> most of us would probably still trade places with a local man or woman who won a cool million dollars last night right here in our state. maryland lottery officials say the ticket was sold at a dunkirk fast stop on southern maryland boulevard. it was the eight second powerball ticket . none of the real big three from the drawing were from here but we are starting to get a better idea of who won and some of the stories behind their big wins >> reporter: the ranks of america's million areas grew by three today. one of the winners coming forward in minnesota. >> i welcome paul white and present a check for 149.4 million. >> reporter: he bought ten dollars worth of tickets at eyelikal gas station. he said he didn't check them until his girlfriend called him. >> sure enough they were right and i said i will have to call you back and i started yelling . >> reporter: he is one of three lucky tickets. if you took the lump sum it's about half that. >> after taxes if they pick a cash lump sum payment it's about $58 million each. >> reporter: that's no pocket change, something that gives many
should return to the u.s. there were other avenues available for those whose conscience was stirred. >> reporter: earlier this week the white house said edward snowden was a factor in president obama's decision not to meet one on one with russian president vladimir putin, but snowden wasn't the plonl one. the president said the u.s.-russia agenda has stalled. it's not personal. >> i don't have a bad personal relationship with putin. when we have conversations they're candid, blurnghts often constructive. >> reporter: the big battle over healthcare and the budget is looming in the fall. >>> a man will spend the next 30 years in prison for trying to blow up the federal reserve in new york. investigators say he selected his target, drove a fan felled with dummy explosives up to the doors of bank. they said he used a cell phone he thought was rigged with a det ton natetor but it bass -- was a fake. >>> the president will not be spending time with prussia. you will be prussia -- >>> the barbecue bash is being held in bel air. wyatt, i need to bring this to light. you're wearing a red shi
weather. send it to us. it's super easy to do and of course our facebook and twitter page. not a bad morning on the water but i expect to see a shower in the afternoon at least on an isolated basis. temperature in the bay 78 for a water temp, down a little bit but still awfully warm. air temps in the upper 70s, baltimore west of oakland, upper 70s. there are 80s on the board has you go closer into the d.c. hear. south breeze keeping the humidity climbing. boy, this climbed today. boy, we're back to the uncomfortable readings above 70. even in they dip, when you get in that morning dew coming out of the air, you can get a drop but then we expect that shout breeze to crank them up. that could fuel more widely scattered activity. you can see out toward west virginia where most of the rain is coming down. perhaps some will drift over maryland. could wake up to drops on the windshield there, maybe as it hits the wipers. if that newspaper is still delivered to your house, get that thing before this gets soaked in the plastic. a slow moving front, dry air behind it. this would be nice if li
the site to step up and do something. they said we have implemented measures to improve our use are safety. >> whether the company made changes or not, the most important tool is knowledge. we put together an entire page on our website with information about bullying prevention as well as local events raising awareness about bullying. you'll find that at abc2news.com/no to bull police. >>> signs of brain disease from concussions don't always show up. boston researchers looked at the brains of 36 male athletes who played amateur or professional football. the -- these findings could help doctors care for future athletes before it's too late. >> we need to be able it make this diagnosis while people are alive, while people have function, so we can identify what their future risk is and however them services, offer them care, rehabilitatation that may help them function better in late. >> one other, the athletes exhibited problems at a younger age than those who suffered from memory and thinking problems. we're working with you, giving you all the information you need about concussions, even t
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